Atlantica Vox is the working name of Kyle Fiske, a recording artist based in Rockport, Massachusetts. The music is modern retro-wave, with roots in late ’70’s, early ’80s postpunk and new wave music, with some reggae, ska, folk and electronica influences mixed in as well. Kyle composes the songs and plays all the instruments, and he arranges, records and produces it himself. While the DIY, low-budget approach has its own limitations, it also allows for a great deal of creative freedom. Kyle has been playing and writing for many years, and in 2005 finally decided to focus his output under a band name: Atlantica Vox.
His first full-length CD, “The Phantom Town Demos”, was released in the summer of 2008, and the second CD, “Lights and Rare Things” in early 2013. Atlantica Vox has also been releasing stand-alone singles every couple of months for the last year. Collaborating with director Daniel Andrews, an artistic, black and white 20 minute short film was made in the summer of 2013, which incorporated a number of Atlantica Vox songs from “Lights and Rare Things”. Four separate music videos also resulted from this project.